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Earlier this month, a 12-year-old member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints — Utah's overwhelmingly predominant religion — was silenced by ecclesiastical leadership in front of her congregation while she bore her testimony and came out as a lesbian in a video that quickly went viral.
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Alex Cooper, coauthor of "Saving Alex," was subjected to emotional and physical abuse at an unlicensed treatment center run by fellow Mormons who "used faith to punish and terrorize her." She was subjected to emotional and physical abuse, including being forced to face a wall while wearing a backpack full of rocks for extended periods of time.
These few of many examples show just how dangerous it is, still, to identify as LGBT in the United States, not only because hate crimes and speech are rampant, but also because LGBT individuals are often a danger to even themselves.
Utah trailed Texas (6.5%), North Dakota (7.5%), and Wyoming (9.5%).